The discussion centers around the homeless situation but ranges into buffalo, Neal Stephenson and of course, the Kelp Highway. Topics: homeless, news, discussion, podcast, buffalo, neal stephenson, kelp
Neal Stephenson talks about his book Seveneves at Sidwell Friends Meeting House in Washington, D.C. Event co-sponsored by Politics & Prose. Topics: Neal Stephenson, Seveneves, Politics & Prose, Sidwell Friends Meeting House
byJeffrey Jerome Cohen (George Washington Univ.) and Ben Woodard (Univ. of Western Ontario)
Featured talk by Jeffrey Jerome Cohen (George Washington University), with response from Ben Woodard (Centre for the Study of Theory and Criticism, University of Western Ontario), at Speculative Medievalisms 2: A Laboratory-Atelier, held at The Graduate Center, City University of New York, on 16 September 2011 (organized and sponsored by the BABEL Working Group, the Petropunk Collective, and the Doctoral Program in English and Medieval Studies @The Graduate Center, CUNY). More information... Topics: demons, angels, Merlin, Geoffrey of Monmouth, Graham Harman, vicarious causation, Breton lays,...
It's summer time and the librarians are hitting the road! Jason Kuffler interviews outlaw racer Alex Roy about his book The Driver, which is an oft-recommended book for guys who don't like leisure reading. Emily Orr recommends audiobooks to keep you occupied and entertained while driving long distances. Plus, Justin Unrau and Patrick Siebold use a road trip metaphor in the bookfight between Neal Stephenson's new sci-fi novel and China Mieville's political novel about a train gone rogue. Topics: changes-show, chly, nanaimo, vancouver island, library, lotr, librarians on the radio, alexander...